Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Cuthbert Amphitheatre on 2001-07-03
Friend of the Devil >
Dire Wolf >
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Bid You Goodnight
Collection PhilLeshandFriendsBand/Artist Phil Lesh and FriendsVenue Cuthbert AmphitheatreLocation Eugene, OregonSource Sonic Studios DSM-300's > Sony D8 > DAT > Tascam CDRW 700 > CDR > SHN 1st row behind SoundboardTaped by Transferred by
Source: 1st row behind Soundboard
Sonic Studios DSM-300's > Sony D8 >
DAT > Tascam CDRW 700 > CDR > SHN
crackling in 1st set compliments of p.a. system.
December 4, 2015
Hot Show (literally)
I only remember two things about this show: 1) it was hot as hell and I thought the band might melt; 2) the King Solomon's Marbles was epic. Flawless rendition demonstrating some serious jazz chops... not to mention first performance ever. Reminded me that blazing heat in Oregon can produce amazing results as it did in Veneta 72'. This show has a great Terrapin tease in the opening jam. Very nice Wharf Rat and stellar Pride of Cucamonga.
September 27, 2013
I recognized this recording as mine.
One small correction: the microphones I used are Sonic Studios DSM 6P, not DSM 300.
Not sure who uploaded this to Archive but I sent out a number of CDs and I am very happy to share. I hope all who downloaded are enjoying this blast from that HOT summer day!
February 14, 2006
better than i remember
funny, the day of this show, i had a great time. it was a chill scene in oregon, good ole friends and some lovely warm sun and vibes. however, i remember being disappointed at not being "blown away" like i had been on the spring tour. the day felt like an allmans-dead picnic in a lovely little venue.
listening to this now, i realize that the jams are fantastic. even broken arrow cracks open and blossoms! it is a seamless performance and the Q is doing what they do best, even if they don't achieve maritime hall meltdown status.
the sound is full and more than acceptable. ah, what i would do for a Q tour now. too bad, too bad.
October 20, 2005
King Salomon's Marbles, or Milking the Turkey? Either way, this show is fantastic from the Hard To Handle funkfest to the Marbles breakout, first since '76? Also a nice Oregon refernce in Pride.
Another stellar show in good ole Eugene!